Todd Joslin

Dec 18 2017

Wealth Management Spotlight: How Much Should You Save for Retirement


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Retirement can seem like a big mountain to climb when thinking about the amount that you will need to save for it. Some of the details that can go into determining that number include the age at which you retire, your plans for retirement, your life expectancy, and the rate of return on your investments. Todd Joslin, Trust and Wealth Management Officer, presents two easy methods for determining the amount you need to save for retirement.

Learn more about determining the amount you need to save for retirement: How Much to Save for Retirement
 

If you are interested in learning more about Retirement Planning, visit us at HillsBank.com/WealthManagement.

Some trust products and IRA contributions/balances are not a deposit, not FDIC insured by any federal government agency, not guaranteed by the bank, and may go down in value.
 

View the complete Retirement Series:

Todd Joslin

About Todd Joslin

Todd Joslin is a Wealth Management Officer at Hills Bank’s Marion location at 3204 7th Avenue. He has been with Hills Bank since 2016 assisting customers with wealth management including financial planning, retirement planning, IRA and Roth IRA rollovers. Todd is a graduate of Central College, having earned a BS in Business Management with a concentration in Finance. Todd can be reached at todd_joslin@hillsbank.com or by phone at 319-447-8426.


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